Essential Oils That Your Young Living Business Needs This Winter
Winters can cause quite a hit to the physical wellbeing of people. With the onslaught of flu and cold, the immune system abandons its role to prevent illness and wages a full throttle battle against the enemy.
While it cannot substitute medication, essential oils have long been considered a natural remedy for the winter illnesses – helping support your immune and nervous system. For you, as a Young Living member, this means invaluable opportunities. Here are some essential oils you need to stack up on this winter:
The Thieves Product Line
The collection of Thieves® products will act as a perfect addition to your potential customers’ wellness plan. Here are some of the products that you can recommend to them:
- Thieves essential oil blend to purify or humidify the air in the room
- Thieves Wipes or Thieves Household Cleaner to clean the surface area of the household areas.
- Thieves Spray that acts as a sanitizer when you’re out.
- Thieves Waterless Hand Purifier that can be kept when on the go to cleanse and wipe off certain point of contact areas.
Lavender Essential Oils
This particular essential oil has remained to be one of the favorite for most people. Lavender essential oil helps in promoting relaxation. When added a few drops into bath or on the pillow, it may help individuals get a good night’s sleep even in the most dreadful of winters.
Essential Oils That Support Your Defense System
Certain Young Living essential oils can also be used to support the body’s immune system. These are specifically citrus oils such as Citrus Fresh™, Grapefruit, Lemon, Lime, Orange, and Tangerine. Not only do they help support wellbeing, these oils’ scents can also help boost your mood in the bleak winter season.
Even though Thyme has been traditionally regarded as a cleaning agent, what many people are unaware of is this natural plant’s antiseptic properties. According to a research published in the NCBI, Antibacterial activity of thyme and lavender essential oils, the antibacterial activity of various oils were tested against clinical bacterial strains of Staphylococcus, Enterococcus, Escherichia and Pseudomonas genera. It was found that Thyme oil demonstrated a good efficacy against antibiotics resistant strains of the tested bacteria. Thus, Thyme can be used to promote the body’s natural defense system.
Having a collection of the best Young Living essential oils could really help promote your business, and prove to your customers the invaluable benefits of these natural oils. To kick start or grow your business, make sure to check out the business tools available at My Oil Site – a business card and website might be the first thing you need to get your Young Living business noticed this winter!